Dozens of hazel dormice released to create ‘northern stronghold’ for the species

Conservationists aim to create a “northern stronghold” for the threatened hazel dormice with a release of 39 of the tiny mammals in Lancashire.The...

Lime pilots electric scooter with comfort features and long-distance capabilities

Mobility company Lime has started testing an all-electric scooter with long-distance capabilities and a top speed of 20 mph, which it intends to...

Massive sunspot glares at the Earth

A huge sunspot has been seen within firing rage of the earth. It’s reported to have grown double in size in just under 24 hours,...

Charles urges Commonwealth leaders to take bold actions for sustainable future

The Prince of Wales has urged Commonwealth leaders to take bold actions and lead the world in the “right direction” towards a sustainable...

No ‘top down’ onshore wind farm plan because ‘we’re not in China’, says Kwarteng

The Business Secretary has insisted that new onshore wind farms should be subject to “local consent”, arguing the infrastructure cannot be imposed “top...

New report warns of dramatic fall of wading bird populations in the UK

Many species of waders, named because they hunt for food on the shorelines of the country’s lakes and rivers, are continuing to struggle,...

Harry Potter star Miriam Margolyes joins fight against dairy

Award-winning actor Miriam Margolyes is urging the UK government to financially support farmers who move away from dairy.The Harry Potter and Call The...

Hollywood star Miriam Margolyes joins fight against dairy

Award-winning actor Miriam Margolyes is urging the UK government to financially support farmers who move away from dairy.The Harry Potter and Call The...

Rees-Mogg triggers alarm with Brexit plan for sparkling wine in plastic bottles

The UK drinks industry has responded with alarm to a proposal from Jacob Rees-Mogg that post-Brexit deregulation could include allowing sparkling wine to...

Quarter of adults don’t know what a caterpillar turns into, poll claims

Wildlife-shy Britons cannot identify most birds or bugs in their gardens apart from pigeons and robins, according to a survey.As many as three...

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